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Here are scores from Friday night's high school basketball games involving local teams.

Boys Scores
Christian Fellowship 66, Carrol Academy, TN 38
Crittenden County 41, Livingston Central 39
Henderson County 67, Webster County 44
Fulton City 54, Hickman County 32
Fulton County 63, CCA 33
Lyon County 65, Dawson Springs 32
Madisonville 52, Hopkins County Central 43
Marshall County 65, Paducah Tilghman 63 (OT)
Union County 80, Trigg County 79 (2 OT)
McCracken County 55, St. Mary 43

Girls Scores
Crittenden County 62, Livingston Central 42
Fulton City 45, Hickman County 25
Fulton County 52, CCA 21
Hopkinsville 54, Union County 39
Lyon County 63, Dawson Springs 24
Madisonville 58, Hopkins County Central 46
McCracken County 62, St. Mary 26
McLean County 51, Calloway County 49
Paducah Tilghman 45, Marshall County 39
Webster County 46, Christian County 42

All "A" Classic State Quarterfinals
Murray 64, Leslie County 33
Maddie Waldrop scored 16 points and pulled down 13 rebounds as Murray blasted Presentation 65-20 in an opening-round game at the Touchstone Energy All "A" Classic Wednesday night in the Frankfort Convention Center.

The Lady Tigers (20-2) will play Leslie County in Friday's quarterfinals. The Lady Eagles beat UHA 56-46 behind Katie Moore's 33 points and 15 rebounds.

The Lady Tigers, making their 12th tournament appearance, led 17-5 after the first quarter, ending the quarter on a 13-0 run. For the game, Murray held Presentation to just 14 percent shooting and scored 24 points off of 25 turnovers.

Alexis Burpo and Elizabeth Grogan each scored 8 points for Murray.

Paul Jesperson matched his season-high with 13 points and Seth Tuttle also had 13 to keep 18th-ranked Northern Iowa in the hunt for the Missouri Valley Conference title with a 59-52 win over Southern Illinois on Wednesday night.

The Panthers (19-2, 8-1 Missouri Valley) rallied from their fifth halftime deficit of the season and stay a game back of No. 12 Wichita State. Northern Iowa hosts Wichita State on Saturday at the McLeod Center.

Jesperson, who had scored 12 points in his previous eight games, made 5 of 6 from the field, including 3 of 4 from the 3-point line. Tuttle made 4 of 7 from the field and 5 of 7 at the free-throw line to help the Panthers win their eighth straight game.

Southern Illinois (9-13, 2-7) got a season-high 10 points from backup center Ibby Djimde but went more than six minutes without a field goal in the second half.

Police say they are investigating a weekend bar fight in which an Eastern Kentucky student was injured and that possibly involved football players from that school and Kentucky.

Wednesday's statement from Richmond, Kentucky, police does not include the injured student's name or others involved.

It said that around 5 p.m. Sunday, a man complained of being assaulted at 12:30 a.m. by three or four men who grabbed and repeatedly hit him in the head while at Jerzee's, a bar off the Eastern Kentucky University's campus in Richmond.

The man reported losing consciousness but later attempted to walk back to campus with two women who tried to help him. The statement says he was taken to a hospital and treated for a broken nose and facial cuts and fractures.

Louisville defensive coordinator Todd Grantham is staying with the Cardinals after turning down a similar position with the Oakland Raiders.

Grantham had interviewed with the Raiders, but the Cardinals announced Wednesday that he was committed to Louisville.

He says "when I came to Louisville that I thought we could win a national championship, and we are building toward that goal with the success we had this season."

Louisville switched to a 3-4 alignment under Grantham and ranked in the top-10 nationally in several categories in his first season. The team was No. 1 with 26 interceptions and sixth with 308.5 yards allowed per game.

Coach Bobby Petrino says "we're very pleased and happy that Todd is going to be staying at the University of Louisville."